Latin Derivatives

Words #241-300

Latin 3 Quizzes

Eugene R. Moutoux

Eastern High School, Louisville, KY 40243

 
Latin 3 Quiz 25: Derivatives 241-250

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. Fill in the blanks with the words defined.

1. _______________ - of all kinds

2. _______________ - hard to manage, rebellious

3. _______________ - the study of the fathers of the Christian church

4. _______________ - 1) wandering from one subject to another; rambling; desultory; 2) based on reason, not on intuition.

5. _______________ - to spend the summer in dormancy

6. _______________ - breakable when put to its expected use

B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words, altered if necessary to make them grammatically correct.

7. More resigned than I, my brother replied, "Baldness is our common _______________, and we'll just have to live with it."

8. The salesman's intention was not to _______________ the flood victims but to sucker them into buying "retroactive flood insurance."

9. On his trip to Arizona, he bought an _______________ of mythological tales of the American Indians.

10. In the Bible John the Baptist is presented as the _______________ of the Messiah.

 

estivate omnibus patrimony succor fractious
patristics precursor frangible omnifarious discursive
 
Latin 3 Quiz 26: Derivatives #251-260

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. Fill in the blanks with the words defined.

____________ 1. generally considered such; reputed

____________ 2. an inciting to discontent or rebellion against the government in power

____________ 3. 1) a formal comment; a pronouncement; 2) a saying; a maxim

____________ 4. 1) hard to manage, stubborn, fractious; 2) not yielding to medical treatment; 3) resistant to heat; hard to melt

____________ 5. 1) pregnant; 2) filled

____________ 6. 1) sharp to the taste, pungent; 2) sharp of temper or speech; caustic

B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words, altered if necessary to make them grammatically correct.

7. King Henry VIII did not allow an ecclesiastical ____________ to stand in the way of his marriage to Anne Boleyn.

8. KFC became a ____________ of Pepsico, which also controled Taco Bell and Pizza Hut.

9. The placement of the hand on the burner elicited only her favorite ____________, "Oh, my!"

10. The chief ____________ the failed mission to the inattentiveness of a single mechanic.

 

dictum sedition putative acrid gravid
subsidiary interdict ejaculation impute refractory

 

Latin 3 Quiz 27: Derivatives #261-270

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. Fill in the blanks with the words defined.

____________ 1. 1) a command; 2) an rder from a court

____________ 2. showing kindness; doing good

____________ 3. having or capable of feeling (sense perception)

____________ 4. ) (trans.) to decide by law; 2) (intrans.) to serve as judge; pass judgment.

____________ 5. flowing around; surrounding

____________ 6. 1) to declare by law; 2) to settle by law; to adjudicate; 3) to sentence by law

B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words, altered if necessary to make them grammatically correct.

7. "You can catch more flies with sugar than with honey," wrote the ____________ youngster 100 times, without understanding why.

8. The sale includes the house and the ten ____________ acres.

9. In English, "or" and "but" are ____________ conjunctions, while "otherwise" and "nevertheless" are ____________ adverbs.

10. Many colleges and universities depend on a(n) ____________ faculty to teach classes that would otherwise overload the regular faculty.

 

beneficent sentient disjunctive injunction adjunct
acrimonious circumfluent adjudicate circumambient adjudge

 

Latin 3 Quiz 28: Derivatives #271-280

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. Fill in the blanks with the words defined.

____________ 1. to claim for oneself or appropriate to oneself without justification

____________ 2. unashamed boldness; impudence, barefaced audacity

____________ 3. firm, lasting, permanent; unable to be dissolved or undone

____________ 4. to expand or enlarge in speaking or writing (with upon)

____________ 5. 1) the changing of one substance into another; 2) in the Roman Catholic Eucharist, the changing of bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ

____________ 6. (often followed by against) to speak as an orator; to attack strongly with words, inveigh

B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words, altered if necessary to make them grammatically correct.

7. Unlike calculus, ____________ mathematics does not deal with continuous functions.

8. Some people are convinced of the ____________ effects of magnetic therapy and therapeutic touch; skeptics, on the other hand, citing an absence of scientific evidence, invoke coincidence or the placebo effect as possible explanations for alleged cures.

9. The blatant ineptitude of the royalty evoked the ____________ of the populace.

10. With bare feet and sans ____________, Emperor Henry IV stood for three days in the snow at Canossa before being allowed to kneel at the feet of Pope Gregory VII and apologize.

 

indissoluble transubstantiation animadversion regalia expatiate
declaim arrogate salubrious discrete effrontery

 

Latin 3 Quiz 29: Derivatives #281-290

Choosing from the box below, write the words defined. No word may be used more than once.

____________ 1. to turn away; ward off or avoid

____________ 2. direction or command of an authoritative nature

____________ 3. lying, situated, or placed across; crossing from side to side

____________ 4. the public good or welfare

____________ 5. to command or enjoin solemnly as under oath

Choosing from the box below, write the words that best complete the sentences. No word may be used that was used in #1-5, and no word may be used more than once.

6. In 1936, King Edward VIII _______________ his right to the throne of England in order to marry Wallis Simpson, a commoner.

7. Many religions tell of gods and goddesses who leave their _______________ dwellings in order to associate with humans on earth.

8. At the library sale she was able to buy a large biblical _______________ for only three dollars.

9. Civil harmony is attributable, at least in part, to a _______________ of beliefs and interests.

10. In The Music Man, Professor Harold Hill is not a professor at all but a _______________, who "doesnít know the territory."

 

ordinance adjure avert supernal mountebank
concordance transverse commonalty abjure commonweal
 
Latin 3 Quiz 30: Derivatives #291-300

Choosing from the box below, write the words defined. No word may be used more than once.

____________ 1. (adj.) of a lower rank; subordinate; (n.) a subordinate

____________ 2. 1) having to do with production; 2) capable of producing

____________ 3. 1) to give authority to someone as a substitute; 2) to assign (authority, a task, etc.)

____________ 4. to destroy purity or genuineness by adding a harmful or less valuable substance

____________ 5. shamelessly immoral; depraved, profligate; corrupted by overindulgence in pleasure

Choosing from the box below, write the words that best complete the sentences. No word may be used that was used in #1-5, and no word may be used more than once.

6. Alaska is more than twice as large as Texas and approximately one fifth as large as the ____________ 48 states.

7. The United States has a representative democracy, which means that most political issues are decided by representatives elected by the people, not by ____________.

8. In order to read Braille, blind persons must be able to differentiate among various ____________ stimuli afforded by patterns of dots representing letters of the alphabet.

9. The success of the Lewis and Clark expedition was ____________ upon the assistance of Indian tribes.

10. Unappeased by managementís feeble attempts to amend the dangerous working conditions, the ____________ workers voted to strike.

 

generative contingent aggrieved depute tactile
adulterate dissolute contiguous subaltern plebiscite
 
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